Scientists and the public partnering to monitor and improve the conservation of cetaceans in UK waters

Take part in the National Whale & Dolphin Watch 2018!

28th July – 5th August

Announcements

NEW UK 2019 ORCA WATCH DATES ANNOUNCED!

If you were worried that you missed the opportunity to take part into the Sea Watch Foundation’s Orca Watch event this year, then never fear – The Sea Watch Foundation in collaboration with Regional Coordinators in Scotland, Orkney and Shetland, and with Whale and Dolphin Conservation (W
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Beluga visits waters of the Thames Estuary!

A video of a beluga whale visiting the River Thames off Coalhouse Fort has been reported this morning on Twitter by ecologist and ornithologist Dave Andrews. The scientists at Sea Watch Foundation are very pleased to realise how positively the general public responds to this encounter and how much t
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Welcome to our new Regional Coordinator for Pembrokeshire – Rhian Forrest

We would like to welcome a new recruit to the Sea Watch team, Rhian Forrest, who has recently been appointed as Sea Watch Regional Coordinator for Pembrokeshire!   Hello! My name is Rhian Forrest, and I became involved with the Welsh Sea Watchers Volunteer project in 2013. As an already enthusi
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News and Articles

Porpoising around

On Monday 8th October, myself and the other interns were very happy and lucky to see two harbour porpoises feeding off the pier in New Quay, Wales. We of course love seeing the Bottlenose dolphins, but because harbour porpoises are very shy in nature
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NEW UK 2019 ORCA WATCH DATES ANNOUNCED!

If you were worried that you missed the opportunity to take part into the Sea Watch Foundation’s Orca Watch event this year, then never fear – The Sea Watch Foundation in collaboration with Regional Coordinators in Scotland, Orkney and Sh
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An orca’s battle with ghost fishing

Orcas or killer whales are one of the most famous species of dolphins in the world. They are highly intelligent and social marine mammals that live in family-related groups. Every year along the Portuguese coast, different orca pods are spotted, that
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